Recently, five new games are just launched in the global market including games like Hitman 3, with other in the queue of dates to be announced soon. Nvidia DLSS rival towards AMD’s Graphics Card is a game of tug and people are desperate to choose the war winner, and it results are the most impressive ones.
AMD has always had a master plan which is definitely from the last decades we have seen till now. AMD’S FSR 2.0 aka (Fidelity-FX Super-Resolution) has its massive new introduced technology boosting the frame rates that has features like upscaling temporal technology which is used in Hitman 3 as mentioned per the game and also other games like Abyss World, Super People and Callisto Protocol.
AMD has launched its new RDNA 2 latest graphics card, and within the refreshed optimised graphics processing unit is unleashed version of the graphic card that comes with a new FidelityFX Super Resolution aka (FSR) v2.0, and the gaming support for this hardware GPUs is at a level of good. As per the reviews of our technical team, we observed a massive change in the performance from the further AMD’s GPU compared to the Nvidia DLSS GPU working is the same.
In the case of FSR aka (FidelityFX Super Resolution), AMD’s is almost equal to the performance comparison but there are almost some other key differences and the technology that boosts its frame rates and simultaneously uses its GPU’s hardware to support the games.
AMD has shown us about the list of games that are the next to come for the line to get the new and next generation games to get the FSR 2.0 (FidelityFX Super Resolution) also includes Microsoft Flight Simulator, Forspoken and Eve Online (moreover we all are hoping this October to be these as the first games to use as an individual Direct Storage on your Personal Computer’s Operating System, so that can be an interesting and new one to watch these games.
- Unknown 9: Awakening
- Swordsman Remake
- Perfect World Remake
- Microsoft Flight Simulator
- Farming Simulator 22
- EVE Online
Things which every user should know before taking advantage of FSR 2.0 :
1. How close does the AMD’s FSR 2.0 is close to Nvidia’s DLSS?
FidelityFX Super Resolution 2.0 is to be launched in Q2 2022, but companies have launched it a little before in the mid of May.
As compared to AMD’s FSR 2.0, Nvidia’s DLSS is created to improve the performance without reducing any issues related to the image quality and so on as an important update, some of the things like ray tracing on mainstream hardware would be an end. Nvidia’s DLSS is an addition to tensor the core hardware on its RTX 20-series Graphic Cards and an extra benefit on the RTX 30-series there is a basic doubled of the tensor core performance.
Tensor technology is an invention of Nvidia’s, and are used for machine learning and processing graphical images. Mainly this hardware was designed for purpose of the special hardware the precision of combination and tons of computation can be done with inference processes of the graphic processing unit.
AMD is catching a lot and to do the next level of AMD’s FSR 2.0 to take it to a next level GPU experience. AMD’s FSR 2.0 doesn’t have an AI-based like DLSS, and this is prepared by a big part of the reason Team Green’s solutions made it successful for modern GPUs.
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